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Win Or Lose, Nick Diaz Says He Expects An A** Whupping From Anderson Silva At UFC 183

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UFC 183 fight card for Silva vs. Diaz

We are just hours away from the return of the great Anderson Silva, who headlines UFC 183 opposite Nick Diaz in a middleweight main event. The former middleweight champion has been out of action since his infamous leg break vs. Chris Weidman at UFC 168 in December 2013. Those two will be joined by welterweight contenders Kelvin Gastelum and Tyron Woodley in the co-main event (contested at 180 lbs catchweight), while the middle of the PPV will feature lightweights Joe Lauzon and Al Iaquinta. Former title challenger to Silva's belt, Thales Leites, takes on Tim Boetsch in a middleweight contest while the PPV opens with strikers Thiago Alves and Jordan Mein at welterweight. It should be a fun show to close out the first month of 2015.

UFC 183: Matt Mitrione defends Sara McMann from 'self-righteous p*#ck'

UFC heavyweight standout, Matt Mitrione comes to the defense of women's bantamweight contender, Sara McMann when forum members take a jab at her "sensible car choice."

Report: Dana White Orders Kelvin Gastelum, John Lineker to Change Weight Classes

John Lineker has struggled to make weight throughout his UFC run. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ UFC President Dana White wants to make sure that Kelvin Gastelum and John Lineker never have issues cutting weight again. The best way to avoid such problems going forward, of course, is to move up a division. Both Gastelum and Lineker missed weight ahead of their UFC 183 bouts; Gastelum checked in at 180 pounds for his welterweight clash with Tyron Woodley , while Lineker tipped the scales at 130 pounds for his flyweight matchup with Ian McCall . White told Combate on Saturday that UFC 183 will be the last time that Gastelum and Lineker compete in their current weight classes. “Lineker will never fight at flyweight again. He will have to move up to bantamweight,” White said. “Same thing with Gastelum. This was the last time he will fight at welterweight. He has weight issues, had to go to the hospital and was cleared by the doctors to come to the weigh-ins. He came in 10 pounds over. He will have to move up to middleweight.

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Gilbert Melendez: Nobody Has Success Attempting to Stand and Trade with Nick Diaz

Nick Diaz has struggled against the styles of his last two opponents. | Dave Mandel/ Gilbert Melendez has had the opportunity to work closely with Nick Diaz on a number of occasions over the years. Due to his bout against Anthony Pettis on Dec. 6, the former Strikeforce lightweight champion was unable to train extensively with Diaz as the Stockton, Calif., native prepared to face Anderson Silva at UFC 183 on Saturday. However, Melendez has reason to believe that, unlike Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit , Silva is going to be more willing to engage in the type of battle Diaz prefers. In particular, Melendez does not think highly of Condit’s controversial unanimous decision win over Diaz for the interim welterweight strap at UFC 143. After the bout, Diaz was clearly frustrated with what he believed was his opponent’s reluctance to engage. “There’s that fine line of trying to outpoint someone to win the rounds, and then there’s the tactic of sticking and moving, to load up a flying knee or a big push kick and really engage,” Melendez said during an appearance on The Sherdog Radio Network’s “MMA Rounds” show .

UFC 183: Toe to Toe Preview - The Complete Breakdown of Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz

David: Nick Diaz is one of the few fighters who justifies all the "hot takes", with each one fascinating me on a personal level. He has that distinct personality that allows authors, and observers to project more than analyze. It's hard to say where he goes from here. While he's experienced a renaissance in the way his style has blossomed, he's still the same walking talking middle finger he's always been. It's interesting how the UFC has decided to promote him leading up to this event; like Dana and the 'guys from the truck' realized Nick might retire during the weigh-ins as a best bcase scenario.

UFC 183 fight card primer: Tate vs. McMann plus rest of Fox Sports 1 preliminary card

Bloody Elbow presents its fight primer coverage for UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here, we look at the Fox Sports 1 preliminary card, headlined by a women's bantamweight showdown between Miesha Tate and Sara McMann.

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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz viewing and schedule guide

Before the fights kick off at the bottom of the hour, hear analysis and picks from the best crew in the sport. The UFC on FOX team will break down all of the fights as well as give analysis of the key matchups on the card. Can Silva return and look better than ever despite suffering a broken leg in his last fight? Is Diaz a threat to dispatch Silva and reintroduce himself as a serious threat in the UFC? All these questions and more in the pre-show.

Nick Diaz is must-see TV, inside and outside the Octagon

"I've already built notoriety, so they're going to want to use me, I think, even for just a big show or a medium show," Diaz said. "They're going to want to use me. So if we make a deal for a fight, then I'll fight; otherwise, it's not about fighting for a title. If I have a title, it's because I decided to take a fight. It's not about winning the belt.

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John Lineker: Ian McCall ‘is only a stepping stone before I fight for the UFC title’

"I consider him the best flyweight in the world today, but I have to fight him to see if he really is," he added. "I believe in me. I will fight him and I will win. McCall is only a stepping stone before I fight for the UFC title."

UFC 183: Anderson Silva refuses to wear Reebok, won't pass sponsorship 'lie' onto his fans

"I don't like this idea. When you use a brand, it has to be passed something true, it has to exist a connection. I have no identity with Reebok. I have always used Nike, even before our sponsor deal. I'm not stop wearing because the contract ended. There is no point making me use something with no relation with me. I'm not wearing because there is no true on this. I can't pass to my fans something that is a lie. I have always ordered my uniforms to be made and I'll may still wear them. I have not signed a new contract with Nike after the end of my last deal, but I use a brand because I've always did. Not only me but all my family, we just wear Nike or Adidas."

Pros Pick: Silva vs. Diaz

Anticipation is running high for the Anderson Silva-Nick Diaz showdown. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ It was a hypothetical matchup for which fans had long pined, and the Ultimate Fighting Championship has brought it to fruition. Former middleweight champion Anderson Silva will return to the cage for the first time in more than a year when he battles the always volatile but intriguing Nick Diaz in the UFC 183 main event on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Silva, 39, last competed at UFC 168 in December 2013, when he suffered a gruesome leg injury in his rematch with reigning middleweight boss Chris Weidman . Viewed by some as the greatest fighter of all-time, “The Spider” won his first 16 fights inside the Octagon before incurring back-to-back losses against Weidman. Diaz, meanwhile, has not fought in nearly two years. The onetime Strikeforce titleholder last appeared at UFC 158 in March 2013, when he dropped a unanimous decision to Georges St. Pierre in a failed bid to unseat the then-welterweight champion.

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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz staff picks and predictions

Zane Simon : I guess I'm taking Anderson here, because that just makes sense. But, if I'm being realistic, there's a really good chance that Anderson has fallen far enough fast enough that Diaz could be the better man on the day. Much like the recent Zaromskis vs. Gonzalez bout or Fedor vs. Bigfoot, timing can be everything. Diaz is no spring chicken in the game either, but he has a style that seems much less likely to be broken by time than Silva's. If Diaz is on point and Silva has lost a bunch of steps, then this fight could turn in favor of the 209 quick. Still, that's highly speculative, and speculation aside, I gotta go with the Spider. Anderson Silva, by TKO, Round 3.

UFC 183 Statistical Matchup Analysis: Silva vs. Diaz

Most expect a standup battle between Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ After a lackluster 2014, the Ultimate Fighting Championship has built a steady gust of momentum in the month of January, culminating in a clash of long-dormant legends at UFC 183 this Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz are legitimate stars with substantial gravitational pull on the almighty needle, and while neither man has a firm footing in the middleweight ranks, this is a genuinely intriguing matchup from a narrative, stylistic and business standpoint. Diaz last surfaced to drop a pair of welterweight championship bouts -- one for the interim title and one for the real strap -- and subsequently announce his retirement. Ever the big-game hunter, he will be fighting above 170 pounds for the first time since 2009, when he choked out Scott Smith in a catchweight bout. Although Diaz has performed well in his two fights at 180 pounds, it is safe to say “The Spider” will be the biggest name he has fought north of welterweight.

Nick Diaz Absent From UFC 183 Open Workouts After Skipping Scheduled Flight to Vegas

Nick Diaz didn’t show up in Las Vegas on Wednesday. | Dave Mandel/ Since UFC 183 “ Embedded ” was released on Tuesday, the story coming out of Las Vegas has been the absence of Nick Diaz . The former Strikeforce champion missed his flight from Sacramento, Calif., to Las Vegas, the site of his long-awaited Octagon return. Considering Diaz’s renegade reputation, that alone was enough to spawn rumors that his bout against Anderson Silva might be in jeopardy. On Wednesday, the storyline continued to progress when Diaz missed open workouts at the MGM Grand. In the past, both Nick and his brother Nate Diaz have elected to skip similar obligations, Nick prior to UFC 158 and Nate ahead of UFC on Fox 13. But according to Diaz’s former coach Cesar Gracie , all of this is by design and was a result of Diaz seeing the “Embedded” camera crew prior to boarding his flight. @nickdiaz209 is ready and elected to take a different flight cause cameramen showed up to sell wolf tickets. Will be a great fight @ufc — Cesar Gracie (@CesarGracieBJJ) January 28, 2015 It remains to be seen if this will result in any sort of punishment for the former welterweight competitor, but as long as Diaz makes his way to Nevada in time for weigh-ins on Friday, such wrongs can be fixed.

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Watch The Top Five Anderson Silva Finishes

Anderson Silva is above all else a destroyer of men. All the technical prowess he uses to accomplish this and the glory heaped upon him for said destruction ... it all comes back to his ability to whup ass in a way few before him have ever achieved. So let's focus on that now with this list of the five best finishes from the Spider.

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“They had another show about two months later and he said, ‘This time I’d actually like to get physical and do something with it.’ I said all right. So I go in the ring and start talking on the mic and he low blows me and security takes me out. Then, a couple matches later, I actually run out and I speared him down and armbarred him. From there, we said we’re going to do a full-out match. We met up and he showed me a few things, actually how they do it and whatnot. It was pretty good. One of his gimmicks is he brings a keyboard out and smashes the guy with a keyboard. I had one of my buddies there with me, acting as my manager, and he threw me the guy’s keyboard and I got to smash him over the head with it. I ended up choking him out by accident — he was supposed to tap. I put him in a rear-naked choke and I was squeezing, and I was like, ‘Why is he not tapping?’ Then I waited a second and he was snoring. He passed right out, so I let go and he was laying there unconscious. It looked good for the crowd, but it was real.”

Ed Soares: Anderson Silva Forgot What It Was Like Not to Be Champion

Anderson Silva had one of the greatest runs in MMA history. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ Anderson Silva ’s title reign began on Oct. 14, 2006 , when he devastated Rich Franklin with knees from the Thai clinch to capture the UFC middleweight strap. It ended 2,458 days, 16 victories and 10 title defenses later, courtesy of a Chris Weidman left hook at UFC 162 on July 6, 2013. In between, Silva’s aura of invincibility grew to epic proportions, and “The Spider” became a fixture in all-time pound-for-pound discussions along with fellow champions like Fedor Emelianenko and Georges St. Pierre . Silva not only lost his title to Weidman, he also suffered a horrifically broken leg in their rematch some six months later at UFC 168 . Now, the Brazilian will look to regain some of that lost mojo when he meets Nick Diaz in the UFC 183 headliner at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night. After all those years atop the mountain, Silva is just one of many 185-pound contenders in a division ruled by Weidman.

Smartest Guy at the Bar: UFC 183 Edition

Traditionally, at least for the Smartest Guy at the Bar, the Super Bowl sets the stage for the drunkest weekend in sports. You can host the Ultimate Fighting Championship pay-per-view at your house and then attempt an all-nighter into Sunday’s football party; or perhaps you would dare to undertake the ultimate experience by enjoying UFC 183 on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas before braving the 277-mile drive to tailgate at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Whatever you choose, rest assured that Seahawks-Patriots will be more competitive than Anderson Silva - Nick Diaz , and the subsequent hangover will be totally worth it. Related » UFC 183 ‘Silva vs. Diaz’ Full Preview Photo: Jeff Sherwood/ Gastelum is a perfect 10-0. HOW WE GOT HERE: I am still trying to figure out how Silva-Diaz is a real thing. It all comes down to Diaz’s shockingly effective negotiating tactics. After Strikeforce folded into Zuffa’s womb, Diaz -- then the Strikeforce welterweight champion -- demanded a big-money title fight with Georges St.

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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz - live results, play by play, discussion

Diaz leads with a right hook and then goes airborne with a flying knee that might have landed partially. The output of Diaz has noticeably waned as Silva's increases, and Diaz's face is getting slowly battered. Diaz scores with an overhand left. Silva closes his combo with an inside low kick, then does it again with both landing. Diaz with an outside low kick but he's getting predictable with his combos and Silva is countering successfully. Spinning wheel kick from Silva whizzes over Diaz's head. Diaz slips in a tight right hook. 10-9 Silva.

Video: Spend 37 minutes with Nick Diaz at his UFC 183 Ultimate Media Day scrum

LAS VEGAS – You just never know what former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz  might say next, so when he sat down with reporters for a little more than a half-hour at today’s UFC 183 Ultimate Media Day, MMAjunkie kept the camera rolling the whole time.

Is Diaz On a Suicide Mission?

Maybe when you're just spitballing ideas over a couple cold ones at the local watering hole, weight classes seem negotiable. Perhaps when you're trying to dream up a bestselling pay-per-view event on the whiteboard at Zuffa LLC world headquarters, the rules feel like they were made to be bent.

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Video: Even fellow fighters are geeked for Silva vs. Diaz at UFC 183

Silva (33-6 MMA, 16-2 UFC), who’s ranked No. 6 in USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie’s MMA middleweight rankings, could get a title shot at the middleweight title if he beats the unranked Diaz (26-9 MMA, 7-6 UFC), 31. The ex-longtime UFC champ and all-time great is a 4-1 favorite to come out ahead.

UFC 183 play-by-play and live results

Round 3 – McCall still light on his feet, and he fires off a few kicks to start. Low kick draws a big Lineker counter that misses. Lineker just has the timing down right now. McCall needs to change things up. He’s still trying to get in and out. Nice kick to the legs for McCall. He blocks a few big right hands. Pace is steady. Lineker has the center. McCall misses on a takedown but scores a kick on the scrambling exit. Lineker cutting off the cage, and he scores with two big lefts. They meet in the pocket and trade bombs. McCall’s knees buckle. Lineker was a little staggered, as well, and can’t seem to get there, but he’s in control. He scores again, and McCall bleeding from the cheek. Lineker looks calm as he stalks. He’s throwing huge shots. McCall running out of time. Lineker seems to be rubbing his belly a bit, taunting those calling him fat for missing weight. McCall tries to scrap until the end, but he’s going to come up short. The two men embrace at the end. MMAjunkie gives the final round to Lineker, 10-9, giving him the fight 29-28.

UFC 183 staff picks: It's a sweep – our crew says Anderson Silva is back

Silva (33-6 MMA, 16-2 UFC) is the unanimous choice of all nine of our MMAjunkie writers and radio hosts against  Nick Diaz (26-9 MMA, 7-6 UFC) in the main event of Saturday’s UFC 183 pay-per-view. “The Spider” is back indeed, they believe. Silva is more than a 4-1 favorite in the fight.

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10 reasons to watch UFC 183 – is normal, or whatever

There are so many questions to ask when you look at Saturday’s headliner. There’s Silva (33-6 MMA, 16-2 UFC), 13 months removed from a horrific broken leg. Can you ever come back from that? Was that knockout (UFC 162) and that subsequent knockdown (UFC 168) from champ Chris Weidman the first two signs of irreversible decline? There’s Diaz (26-9 MMA, 7-6 UFC), whose loss to St-Pierre seemed the final straw after so much self-reported suffering in the fight business. Why is he really coming back? Is it just for money, or has he somehow found the love for the sport again? Are either of those enough to perform at a high level after so much time on the bench, especially in outside your normal weight class?

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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz - Idiot's Guide Preview to the Fight Pass/FS1 Prelims

Then there's Natal vs. Watson. I could have sworn that they had already fought. Guess not. Natal always seemed so much more talented than he actually is, but now we know that this was never the case. The guy isn't that talented, period. That's not to be as harsh as it sounds, so let me clarify. We so often assign the word "talent" to fighters that are offensively gifted. There is something about offense, and the ability to be active to seems natural in principle. But I think it's silly to ignore defensive shortcomings, or think of defensive flaws as artificial. Natal just isn't a good defensive fighter, and Watson's strength on the feet, with his assortment of kicks and combinations should be enough to put away the aging Mark Dacascos clone.

UFC 183: Kelvin Gastelum misses weight by 9 pounds, John Lineker off by 5 pounds

UFC flyweight John Lineker also failed to make weight, coming in at 130 pounds, 4 pounds over the non-title flyweight limit. He did not make a second attempt to weigh in. This marks the fourth time Lineker has failed to make weight having previously missed the mark at UFC on FOX 3, UFC 163 and UFC Fight Night 30 .

Thiago Alves on facing teammates: It's a brotherhood but it's business

The other glaring issue that can't be ignored when looking at the best fighters at 170-pounds are the amount of competitors training out of the American Top Team camp in Coconut Creek, Florida.  Alves has been a mainstay of the team since he moved to the United States from Brazil, but now the UFC welterweight champion, Robbie Lawler, works there as well as Hector Lombard and Tyron Woodley, who are both ranked in the top five fighters in the world.

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America’s obsession with celebrities has a tendency to reveal the complex depths of our social and cultural prejudices. In the case of Kim Kardashian, one observation becomes very clear: Americans need to stop seeing race as a black-and-white issue, and on the Internet, people clearly have no idea what to do with her. aint kim kardashian technically a woman of color? she "ethnic" no? #strange— STRANGE LOVE (@STRANGELOVEXX) March 28, 2013 Kim Kardashian is not a woman of color she is Armenian = European = Caucasian not a minority #listen— Brooke (@Brookii_Babii) December 22, 2014 If being Armenian makes Kim Kardashian a "woman of color" does that mean I'm partially black?— Matt Matigian (@MatigoSan) November 16, 2014 lol of course people give kim kardashian shit for being a beautiful, successful woman of color— cimone (@__yzma__) November 14, 2014 Why doesn't Kim Kardashian get credit for revolutionizing the standard of beauty as a woman of color?— Lipstick Alley (@lipstickalley) January 27, 2015 If Jessica Alba is a woman of color then so is Kim Kardashian.

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I so was wanting my favorite fighter Nick Diaz to win! Nick is the toughest fighter I have ever watched. I hope Nick is back to stay. I miss his antics and his raw talking cracks me up watching him dig at his opponent! NICK DIAZ IS THE GREATEST FIGHTER IN UFC! Dana White and Joe Rogan better grow some big balls and keep Nick Diaz activly fighting, FANS LOVS HIM ENIMIES HATE HIM. I WOULD LOVE TO MEET NICK IN PRESON AND GDT A GOOD HUG!!!! HOTTT TOO HOTT TOO KEEP MY HANDS OFF HIS HOTT BODY!!! LOOKING GREAT AT 185 POUND!!! NICK DIAZ I LOVE YOU , YOU HOTT MAN! I COULD BE YOUR WOMAN. I KNOW HOW TO TREAT A GOOD MAN!

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